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The Heiress of Winterwood (Whispers on the Moors, #1) Pride goes before the fall but what comes after Darbury, England, 1814Amelia Barrett, heiress to an ancestral estate nestled in the English moors, defies family expectations and promises to raise her dying friend s infant baby She ll risk everything to keep her word even to the point of proposing to the child s father, Graham, a sea captain she s never met.Tragedy strikes when the child vanishes with little than a sketchy ransom note hinting to her whereabouts Fear for the child s safety drives Amelia and Graham to test the boundaries of their love for this infant.Amelia s detailed plans would normally see her through any trial, but now, desperate and shaken, she examines her soul and must face her one weakness pride.Graham s strength and self control have served him well and earned him much respect, but chasing perfection has kept him a prisoner of his own discipline.Both must learn to accept God s sovereignty and relinquish control so they can grasp the future He has for planned for them. Best Read The Heiress of Winterwood (Whispers on the Moors, #1) by Sarah E. Ladd For Kindle ePUB or eBook – sneakerspear.co.uk

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  1. I will admit that I am the first one to be taken in by beautiful covers Yes, I do judge books by their covers, even though I should know better Shame on me I was hoping this would be a solid five star read, but I m not even sure why because I didn t really know what to expect I only read the blurb right before starting it, and was like Oh I think I was expecting a sort of Jane Eyre ish romance because of the cover , or something along the lines of Edenbrooke or The Silent Governess, b I will admit that I am the first one to be taken in by beautiful covers Yes, I do judge books by their covers, even though I should know better Shame on me I was hoping this would be a solid five star read, but I m not even sure why because I didn t really know what to expect I only read the blurb right before starting it, and was like Oh I think I was expecting a sort of Jane Eyre ish romance because of the cover , or something along the lines of Edenbrooke or The Silent Governess, but it was totally different and took me quite by surprise The primary reason why ...

  2. Just okayI wish I would have realized that this was a Christian romance novel before I bought it I would have skipped it entirely because I get annoyed with all of the scriptures and praying thrown into the story I think religion and fiction don t mix well, but that is ...

  3. A Christian historical romance set in 19th century England that will definitely entice readers that enjoy Janette Oke and Jody Hedlund It might have been a tad melodramatic and include a lot of scenes where th...

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  5. Wow, I finished this so quickly I just couldn t put it down It captured my attention from the first page and kept me speed reading through it devouring every word My first, Sarah Ladd book but definitely not my last

  6. Desperate Proposals, Desperate RetaliationsRating 3.5 out of 5 starsTYPE OF NOVEL Traditional Regency RomanceSETTING Darbury, England 1814SERIES Whispers on the Moors 1WHY I WANTED TO READ THIS I found Sarah E Ladd s books on a list for If you like Jane Austen and Regency romances, you should try The covers for this series are gorgeous Yes, I do judge books by their covers sometimes Julie Klassen, an author whose books I love, is quoted on the cover SYNOPSIS Amelia Barrett is in Desperate Proposals, Desperate RetaliationsRating 3.5 out of 5 starsTYPE OF NOVEL Traditional Regency RomanceSETTING Darbury, England 1814SERIES Whispers on the Moors 1WHY I WANTED TO READ THIS I found Sarah E Ladd s books on a list for If you like Jane Austen and Regency romances, you should try The covers for this series are gorgeous Yes, I ...

  7. Tedious and predictable Of course the message about trusting God s plan is a good one, but the plot and writing are so dull that everything becomes mired down in the monotony For a book that takes place in England, there is a very poor sense of place, and the characters consist mostly of one dimensional figures plucked out of Christian fiction central casting I guess we are supposed to root for Edward, but he didn t seem like much of a catch to me All the guys are dashing with high cheekbo Tedious and predictable Of course the message about trusting God s plan is a good one, but the plot and writing are...

  8. Note added 17 04 13 When I wrote my initial rough draft of this review, I mistakenly talked about an incident between Amelia and Edward where he was drunk, when actually I meant William Hopefully this review makessense When her close friend dies shortly after giving birth to a daughter, Amelia Barrett vows that she will raise the child and care for her until her father returns from the sea It is nearly a year before Captain Graham Sterling comes to claim his child, and Amelia has gro Note added 17 04 13 When I wrote my initial rough draft of this review, I mistakenly talked about an incident between Amelia and Edward where he was drunk, when actually I meant William Hopefully this review makessense When her close friend dies shortly after giving birth to a daughter, Amelia Barrett vows that she will raise the child and care for her until her father returns from the sea It is nearly a year before Captain Graham Sterling comes to claim his child, and Amelia has grown to love Lucy as if she were her own daughter But in order to continue to raise Lucy, Amelia must marry and claim her fortune Amelia had planned to wed Edward Littleton, but his dislike of Lucy makes her wonder if marrying Edward is the best plan for the child When Edward demands that Lucy be removed from Winterwood as soon as they wed, Amelia determines to find another way to protect both Lucy and her fortune.Graham is shocked when his daughter s temporary guardian proposes marriage to him, ...

  9. I had to force myself to finish this Nothing really ever happened Constantly, I was told that something happened Graham was injured in a battle, Lucy was kidnapped, they are searching for her, there was a fight , but you never really see any of it It waslike watching a movie that keeps skipping in the player The description of a fight was truly, With every muscle still tense and alert from the previous skirmish, fresh fire surged through his veins Within moments, fists were once aga I had to force myself to finish this Nothing really ever happened Constantly, I was told that something happened Graham was injured in a battle, Lucy was kidnapped, they are searching for her, there was a fight , but you never really see any of it It waslike watching a movie that keeps skipping in the player The description of a fight was truly, With every muscle still tense and alert from the previous ...

  10. Sarah Ladd s debut is wonderful Readers who enjoy Jane Austin will get swept away in this dramatic tale of courage and conviction The writing was superb and the plot kept me turning pages I thoroughly enjoyed getting lost in Ladd s Regency England, especially since this book avoided the usual trappings of London and the ton I found Sarah s voice fresh and ...